Buffalo Killers – Hey Girl [B]uffalo Killers are sharing up another track from their forthcoming record, Dig. Sow. Love. Grow., a slow burner of a track that lays somewhere between 70’s rock and a tab of acid. It’s a cool jam and its starting to feel like this new album is gonna be quite a good album. Dig. Sow. Love. Grow. will hit shelves Aug. 7 via Alive Naturalsound Records.
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Buffalo Killers – Get It Buffalo Killers’ next album Dig. Sow. Love. Grow. is set for a August 7 release on Alive Records. The KY trio released first cut “Get It,” and as evidenced it draws from similar influences as past tunes, a little americana, rock, folk and a little fuzzy psychedelia. The song is pretty guitar heavy and suuuuuper fuzzy, and definitely feels as though it could have come straight out of an early 70’s rock record.
Cincinnati’s Buffalo Killers blues rock twang draws comparisons to an early Black Crowes sound. They’ve been on tour with them, so it just seems to fit, they released a fantastic album earlier this year titled “3.” And now, they are giving away a single that they recorded not so much as a week ago.
“Oh My Word,” is an ambling tenderly plucked track with the three band members harmonizing quite well together. The song itself feels a bit Neil Young, a tad Allman Brothers.
Check them out on tour with the North Mississippi All Stars:
Cincinnati’s Buffalo Killers are a blues rock band signed to Alive Records. Their midwestern roots and blues rock sound landed them a tour with the Black Crowes, and a record produced by Ohio’s Dan Auerbach. The band, comprising of brothers Zachary and Andrew Gabbard with Joseph Sebaali make some great sounding rock & roll music; a bit twangy, a bit bluesy and completely catchy. I can understand Chris Robinson connecting to their music, its got a similar sound to the Crowes, but a bit more rough and wild sounding. Check out their first cut from their self-produced album “3” out August 2nd (available on CD, Digital and Colored Vinyl in both blue and purple – limited to just 500 copies each color).
Their summer tour of The States kicks-off June 15th in Dayton, with dates across the pond to follow.